Blast from the past: Zulu has SA feeling on top of the world

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Blast from the past: Zulu has SA feeling on top of the world

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Today in SA sports history: June 5

1999 — The Proteas get back to winning ways in the World Cup, beating Pakistan by three wickets in their Super Six match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. Wicketkeeper Moin Khan top-scored with 63 from 56 balls to lift his team’s total to 220/7. The South Africans got off to a rocky start, with Jacques Kallis steadying the innings with 54 from 98 deliveries. But it was man-of-the-match Lance Klusener, with an unbeaten 46 from 41 balls, and Shaun Pollock (30) who got SA over the line.

1999 – Benni McCarthy and Thabo Mngomeni score in each half as Bafana Bafana beat Mauritius 2-0 in an African Nations’ Cup qualifier in Durban...

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